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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

' fr ff5 e TT 5- r' f - V4?' Tsr -t-T-,iys --- -.nrvRf - -r RMj -y iw-i- -""wrTxpn? i SJP T . u THE OHIO DEMOCRAT The Ohio Democrat. ttTmi I LARGER CIRCULATION I THAN AHY PAPER 1H THE ?ALLEY. JOB OFFICE. All Kind of Job Printing Done More News for Less Money, ttt LOWEST PRICES. kAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAi "- -T .. II I I ..,-.,. ' ... TEEMS, $1.50 PER YEAR. VOIi.II. NO. 40. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1888. wmsni9mwffm' - rw$fgg&&r''iF- mj0 4$ it tf t i 1.2 -3 J I . r it. 15.-' I X Si 4 h. ir. i l ;i l4 s !r w, I n THE PEOPLES' BANK OF LOGAN. Cash Capital, $50)000.00. Deposits secured by Individual Liability of over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Does ft general bntiltlnc business. Foreign Drafts nnU Htcamshlp Tickots for solo nt low rst rates. OFFICE, Room No. 5, Opera House. IiAwiienck A. CutiVnn, President. Or.onai: v. FuMiKV, Vlco Prcst. Reuben D. Cui.vi'.n, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. lce Hours from 9 n. m. to 0 p. m. Paid in Casta Capital, $50,000. John Walker...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

m?- - ?WWr ' jP"" f- ,y'' ,"f!W;r''p-r'"' "T'-fTVl-il,,-- "V' 1$ IV r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Tun l'opo Is a careful render of tho dally pnpors. I'KurBMEitr It now mndo from groon cu cum bora. A max In Atlantic City mnkes good wine 'rom tomatoes. Tiinnn nro ITi known spoclos of creatures tent nro blind. l..irnnon Kiieiiemcr wnH born In 1831, uii.l to tn his CTth yoar. Viie otd "Btnvo Mart" building In Nuoh Tllid Is bolng torn down. Tnnostntoof tho Into Hnmuol J. TUdon now amounts to $0,000,000. Louisa M. Ar.coTTdlrocts Inhor will that all her manuscripts bu burnod. Simo.v Cammion colobrnted his oighty ninth birthday a few days ago. KiuNcn put $212,000,000 Into tho Pnnntna cnnnl hoforo sho got discouraged. Maine has fourtoon cltlos, and Wator vlllo will soon bo added to tho list. A Nnw Yoiik company has rofused to In sure tho llfo of President Clovcland. The disciples of tho faith euro In Jersoy City lmva built thomsolvos h church. Iowa lies as near nB may bo ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

Jh ti '.' 1 It It. IU v ft THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, LOGAN, OHIO. THE FACE AT THE WINDOW. Wlien tho horrid darkness nthor over oil tho dreary skies, And tli a snow flakes flutter round us like ths ghosts of butterflies, What swoot fancies und fomlwlshos nrojnd tho weary heart nnd brain, When tho face that waits our coming throbs n&alnat tho window puno. There's ilia baby's, soft nnd rosy ns tho blush upon tho pencil, With hcrdlmplod fingers clutching nt tho Hakes Just out of reach, Till her curly head aweary mamma's loving botom bears, And sho dreams tho dancing snow flakes In her llngors turn to tears. There's tho prlnco of mother's kingdom In top boots nnd round-about, With tho melody of childhood ringing In his happy shout! How tho oyg that wait to-morrow danco boforo his sparking eyes, Jn tho snowy treasures dropping from tho mel ancholy skies. There's tho darling bluo-oyod sister, with her curls or shining gold, Pure as when tho nngcls kissed her farewell from tho upper fold With ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

fW(39JW4 'W "J.,"- ri figpjf W . ' H fw msn mwnuiiwyui m.) -Fy -'" m-. rv ,-: til r THE OHIO DEMOCRAT, d, w. biumm, Froprlotot Editor. A, H.Wilson, - 0ATUHDAY, MAll 21 - 1888, Entered at the Post-office at Logan aa Scooiul-clasa matter- ppiuptirutio Ticlcoi, Falls TOAVllBllllK Trustee. ANDHFAV J. BURGESS. Treasurer. NICHOLAS J. WEILAND. Clerk. DAVID M. KANODE. Asscsssor. Falls pro. WM. E ENGLE. floro I. N. SLATZER. Constables ROBT. DAVEY. WILLIAM GREEN. NELSON W. SPENCER. Logan Village. Mnyor. JACOB WEAVER. Marshal. JOHN B. STEDEM. Clerk. JOHN SHIVELY. Treasurer. ANDY IIOLL, Jr. Cemetery Trustee. DANIEL ACKERS. Ward Tickets. FIRST WAItD. Assessor. GEORGE SHORR. Councilman. FRANK SCLAGETTER. SECOND WARD. Assessor. john ar. WHITE. Councilman. JOHN DONOVAN. THIRD WARD. Assessor. JOHN SaiOOT. Councilman. CHRIST JUERGENSaiEIER. FOURTH WARD. Assessor. ISAIAH POLING. Councilman. JOSEPH HAFFLER. The Republican party is tho trustee of the interest ofthcTrusts. The Democratic State Conven tio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

"SPIV V t ft"1 ,.' . - V r vJ : f. k r l. I' r ty"J A f.iV . - L ' I - r & t It. 1 . K V UK lpr - ' .vV iO i . a. u 14 V LO0AL NEWS. J5Z. i. WILSOX, Cttff Editor. Show. Sleighing. Tho equinox has passed. Tomorrow is Palm Sunday. Jim Smith was In Columbus Sunday. Capt. Bowcn was in Columbus Thursday. Chas Larimer was In Iho city last Sunday. Miss Mary Prico is qulto sick with dipthcria. Judge Fricsner is -visiting In Wyoming Territory. Arthur Wilson Is laid up with an attack of tho measles. 'Now the Eopubllcans know who they have to fight. Dr. Hcdfcrn, of South Perry, was ouito siok last week. Frank Red fern, of South Perry was in Logan Saturday. Judge dcStelger of Athons held court in Logan this week. Thero is a possibility of there being threo tickets in the field. Mr. and Mrs. Pond have return ed from their visit in New York. Wo would bo grateful to per sons moving on April l'st to notify as. 'Miss Sadie Pond visited her elster Mrs. Sherman, in Milan, 0. this week. Frank Myers...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

w nwe'WVi y fcS i? TJ. li. r MISCELLANEOUS. "Married mou aro preferred a. offl cora on tlio pollco force. Tho author! tiofl want men who havo linl their courage tried and proved. Somervillt Journal, Huntsvlllo, Ala., has oxcmplcd from city taxation for ton years nil manufacturing enterprises employing ovor $5,000 capital that may bo located in that city. --Mr.', Bridget Engan, of Rondout, N. C, Is 10 years old, and alio says It make, hur mad to liavc young folks of 80 or 90 years to come tound and ask If alio Is "fouling poorly." James Dubois, of Now York, issues a challenge for a six-days' go-us-you-please sleeping match. Tlio challcngo Is opon lb lliu world, with policemen end messenger-boys barred. A generous concession : Lynching parly (apologotically) "We've come to toll yor, ma'am, that we lynched yor husband. Wo admit wo got tlio wrong man, but yor got the laugh on tis this time." Judge. Tlio old proverb of setting a tiiief to catch a thief was illustrated by the robbery of a...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

yw,iji!tpiiftpi4iHi'yys; ' wwK(w:nrnipi " gowy 'F'iW fiQgpeVWF -wf "-". "it 1 -"TT, 4 ;. r i a S A i ft fP IMPROVED FARMING. Dow Weatern J.tinrI May ne Mnrte to Fro, tin en More Thitn It F.Ter Dlil. Tho tilling of soil ntul growing of crops thnt In what ono usim.iy char acterizes ns farming; but thnt torin can scarcely bo applied with justlco to much of tho work dono on our farms to-day. Fnriniiig should mean tho por feet liandling of a given portion ol land so that It shall produco a maxi mum amount of products, ceroals, roots, vftgotnblos. fruits and grnssos, and their secondary products, horses, cattle, sheep, swlno, poultry, eggs, but ter, chcoso and milk. Regarding It In this light, then, can wo say that farm ing, so-calleil, deserves tho iinmoP, Is not a great majority of It a moro at tempt at farming a work begun and only half finished; n profession prac ticed but not thoroughly understood; a pursuit capablo of tho profitable Intro duction of moro brain work Into tlio mccbnnl...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 24 March 1888

u;p u 3t wv ..- gwnrfraTA-iwtvaiyffyiajLHwp-wwiiMjWM.umfwtMi'FTfaMgi imjwiitaw i uwwwppmiuiiniiiiiiii mm wqmrmmm Trusts Deaei'ibed.-Assoitiblytnan Cniln, of the New York Legislature furnishes the following succinct Io nerlption of tin; "trusts" which Imvo become such un Important iidjimot of the protective- tnrllT: "Sucli combinations Imvo been Jcnown for centuries, hut their po tency for evil hns been largely In creased by the the commercial con dition of our time. Tho properly of Ithe companies wishing to enter tho (Combination is appraised. Negoti able trust certificates are issued to thodinVront companies in proport ion to tiio appraised value of their plants. Tills valuation is frequent ly on a fictitious basis that is to say, all tho properties are valued .above their real value. Thou tho parties convoy tho property to a trustee, upon an agreement to carry pti tho business as a unit and pay from time to tlmo st'ited dividends to holders of tho trust certificates. The effect of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

SU ( TT j r IV I LARGER CIRCULATION N 3 j.t ? mn.u tun i,ti,i.n i mtrn nit . n 4 I lUAn AHI fAfKttin lUti YALlifil, y : lore wows ior Less Money. 3 at hOWEST PlttCES. 1 kAAJk.MkAk4UUkAA4kAAAAjUk, VOL. II. NO. 41. LOGAN, O., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1888. TERMS, $1.50 PEE YEAR. W'fimmm?m;? v !: i 'i & i C ? THE PEOPLES' BANK Or LO&AW. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits , secured by Individual jjMDiuty of over, - Fow Hundred Thousand Dollars. Dock a general banking business. Foreign Drafts and Steamship Ticket for salo at low it. rates. OFFICE, Room Jfo. 5, Opera Hohso. IiAWitKXCK A. Cui.vnn, President. Gkoror W. I'um.en, Vice l'rost. Rkuiikn I). Our.VKR, Cashier. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN", OHIO. ice Hours from 9 n. m. to 3 p. m. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chas. E. Bowen, Cashier. Doom general hanking business receives tposlts, discounts paper, and buj-s and sells IXchango. ""BANK In central room In the Jamos licit. ATTORNEYS. G. W. BREHM. Attorney-at-Law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

IU V,: i THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, OHIO. Flomda expects to ship ono million boxes of oranges this your. Claha Mourns, Emma Albnnl, Lily Lnngtry ami Fanny Davenport woro all born In the year 1860. ANewYokk man athts death left to bis son-in-law receipts for all tho bills bo bail paid for him and nothing more. , One of tho singers at a publto con cert In Heading, Pa., was a lady sovon-ty-thrco yoars old. Tho musical erltlo said she had a fino voice. The lino marblo bust of General Logan rccontly oxocutcd for Mrs. Logan has boon placed temporarily in tho Marblo Room of tho Sonato. Mn. Cakmsle Is now In his third term as Speaker, and when ho has completed It Kontucky will havo had tho Speakership twenty-three years. The Crown Princo of Germany is twenty-nino years old. At twenty 11 vo Napoleon commanded tho army of Italy. At thirty ho was among tho world's greatest conquerors. Louisa, tho mother of tho dead Em peror of Gorman', wrote in 1808: "Our son William will turn out, if 1 am not ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

r -l c p OHIO'S CREAT ICEBERG. Cold from tho nortliwnM comet hither th booln of John Shcrmnn; This la tho Frost King's particular tlnrllng nnd hero. Alt other udomlots aro holplottly Irickln' and saulrmtn't What can they do with tho mercury qulto down to zorof Solemn and grand as nn leebora o'crtoDplnff tho ocean, Bnow-covorcd, oavcrnous, wholly innjestio nnd mystic, Seeming above or outsldo of all human emotion-Such Is the boom of John Sherman, tho polo ocrystlc. Fierce at the blizzard that sweeps o'er tho plain i of Dakota, Quito as unwelcome, It mattes us all huddle and shiver; Hard as tho cold of the wild woods of North Minnesota, Freezing tho brook to solidity, bridging tho rlvor. WIsa as an oracle born of tho Grocltj or Clinl deans. Calling aloud for a count that U honest and Hayety, Sherman unfurls tho whlto flag to tho dear Tonnosscans, Waving tho bloody shirt then with a vim that Is crnzy. Always wherever ho travels, from Nashville to Kingston, Freezing the loaves that aro ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

W -t"r" vfl' yfwwi ii f THE (OHIO DEMOCRAT, fl.WiURErUI. Proptlctoj Editor. -r- A..H. Wilson, - SATURDAY, ItfAlt 31 . 1SSS ICnlercdalthc Posl-olceut Logan .as Seeond'dass matter. tJivi: iCOIUlt. us n full vote ami a fair iSoMTiof the Vlllngo funds arc In .Jin itiipuvorl.sliod condition. UiJi'inHjK'ANsciaiMTaTUJiolionor, when a Democratic candidate is dufcatcd. EvKitv Ciindidnte on our ticket deserves an election, licnco there is no uso of trading. 1)i;,mocuats cannot idilrk the odjytij of a Koiiiibliciin Victory by jcratclifnj,' their tickets. Daniiu, ArKr.its will mnko an intelligent and careful Cemetery Trustee and will be elected. Every Candidato on our ticket ,was fairly nnd lionestly nominated, and deserves tlto undivided support ,of every democratic voter. Tirosi: wlio on Monday scratch their Democratic tickets arc assist ing the Republicans to ridicule Democratic principles. Vote for Weaver, he is a friend -to the poor man, and deserves the support of every Democrat. Let -Wea...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

MMmuMMIM MfMnrAtmi .T1jhi. WWlLUMWAf wnCTairCTftffHTTM fgrfl VWJ.FTP J WW'JWTWIj- A I P x LO0AL NEWS. JED. L, irfLSOIf, Cliff JMHoi: April. To-morrow la Easter. Tear off your calendar. The campaign draws toaelosoj Mrs. R. Rompel Is on tho sick 31st. I). II. Wlllard is In Columbus this week. Chas Barker, of Athens was In Logan Thursday. Tom West, of Sand Run, was In Logan, Wednesday. Ed Donovan, we ore glud to say Is rapidly Improving. Chas Daughterman, of Win chester, was In Logan this week. Quito a number of trees have been set out by our citizens this week. Thos. McMahon, of Carbon Hill made this office h pleasant call on Tuesday. Tony Barlcon, of MeArthur, made this office a call on Friday morning. W. II. Vorhos, of Nelsonville, was In tho City Wednesday on business. Miss Mary Prico is rapidly convalescing from an attack of diptheria. O. W. H. Wright attended the convention of tho K. T's tit Lan easter'on Thursday. Fresh Vegetables at Gonipf's in tho room recently occupied by Ada...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

W- ,"W ;" r Va, jn,,- i-n; ijr ifW5f itr EASTER MORNING. IWrltton for This IMpor.l I Si!, my tout I tlio mornlnn rinwnoth Thnt should ilrlvo all gloom awuvj Hlso from out thy tomb of languor To a hotter Ufa to tiny. Fearless pass thy Inchon keepers, Knowing nil tholr power has llown, For the nngol of lto pcutnnco Itoll nsldo the door of stone. Linger not In listless dreaming; Lo t no douhts or fears dUmay; Vnln remorso or sick foreboding lllso nboi o thorn nil to d-iy. O'er the dentil of sin triumphant, Go thou forth to life unit light, Olttod with tho crotwi ctrrnnl And tho matchless gurment white. Yonder Is thy father's glory, Vondcr, soul-reviving air, And tho ways of loo that blossom l'or tho faithful oterywhoro. In tho most bewildering dangers Tint thy timid heart can moot Do not fear to loso a pathway Marked by Jesus' bounded feet. Soon shall como imotlior mornlng- O thou llcn only llnster dawn I When from off celestial visions Shall the clouds of earth bo drawn. Parted fiom s...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

& r i . A B'. t fc r-i r AN UNCONSIDERED EVIL. dangers Growing Ont of the Katnrn of Criminal From the (Jaols. Whllo wo are go nervously nnxloua to limit physical sickness wo ilcllbor iitoly contlnuo yonr after year to spread it ml to perpetimto anothor sort of dis ease! which Is eating at tho Tory vltala of society, Vleo and crimo not only proy upon soeluty, thoy poison It. And what we do is this: Over and ovor again wo return again Into tho com munity nil tho crlmo that ilnds its way into our jails. Tho fever hospitals, tho smallpox hospitals do not send their patients out till thoy nro cured, till thoro is no risk of sproadlng tho conta gion of tholr sovornl diseases. Tho In mates of our jails, or n vast number of thoin, arc novor cured. Thoy nro in curable Thoy arc olthor born crimi nalsof which, in tho nature of things, thoro must bo very many thousands in a population liko that of England or thoy havo beconio infected with crlmo and hardened In It, as may easily hap pen, co...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 31 March 1888

" a ui M 1 '' GERMANY'S NEW EMPEROR j PUCES OF INTEREST A CINC1NNATIAN WHO KNEW HIM A3 A HANPSOME BOY. Ifon- a Solimjlrantcr ItnMotl a Public Rot Uy Flogging Hlm'tUner Vrlts" Uia Ado) of Ilia Countryman. ?2$? "? fc Probably the only living American who ever enjoyed the, clone acquaintance of the poor sufferer nt San Hemo, who, by ;thc recent death of Kiupcror William, o United Gcrmnny, succeeds to tho throno of one of the most powerful nations on tho face of tho earth, Is now a resident of XMa city. Is a prominent Mason, and Is now engaged ns one of tho mechanical (draftsmen of tho Centennial Exposition. About the year 13 10, this gentlomnn, Major (Jwynn, u prominent mechanical engineer, of Cincinnati, went with his parents to Berlin. Tho older Gwynn was ft representative of n Philadelphia houso engaged In the railway supply business. Railroading then belmrfu Its Infancy, tho King of Prussia, Frederick William IV., took great interest In all mutters per taining to tho introduction o...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

tmrnrn M ( f iVtf,0 .. iFan t r fw4-" - ME OHIO DEMOCRAT ' 131 The Ohio Democrat. LARGER CIRCULATION j TBAH AMY PAPER.IR THE VALLEY. IJOB OFFICE.! i i Jtf Mtfa o,rol Printing Done i More News for Less Money, kAAAAAAjfl ( at TjOWEHV PllICES. VOL. II. NO. 42. LOGAK, O., SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1888. TERMS, 1.50 PER YEAB. &. r ,L THE PEOPLES' BANK OP LOOAH. Cash Capital, $50,000.00. Deposits..', secured by Individual Liability of over Fonr Hundred Thousand Dollars. Docs a (fcnernt banking business. Fonvlgrt Drnftn nml Steamship Tickets for nalo nt low est rates. OFFICE, Iloom No. 5, Opera Honsc. liAWitRKCE A. CUI.VEH, President. G no it ok w. Pui.lkn, Vico Prcit. UnuiiKN I). Cui.vkii, Cnshler. THE FIRST BANK OF LOGAN, OHIO. ice Hours from 9 a. m. to 3 p. in. Paid in Gash Capital, $50,000. John Walker, President. Chan. E. Jiowen, Cashier. Does n Kcncrnl bunking business, receives polt, discounts paper, and buys and sells -lchunge. , BANK In central room In the James nlicic. ATTORNEYS. G....

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

' THE OHIO DEMOCRAT. LOGAN, t t OHIO. CURRENT TOPICS. Timnii nro no alms-houses In North Caro lina. The lntcst tco crenm Is mado of con donsod milk. Tn urn sots of twins attend a Vlonna (On.) school. Tnts cuirass is to bo nbollshed In tho Gorman nrray. Tub plpo lluo from Lima, O., to Chicago will cost tt,BOO,000. Wichita, Kan., has turnod Its opera house Into a murkot houso. Timnow Emprosi of Oormany has a per gonal lucomo of 1 80,000 a your. Quebk Vicitoma'b homo whllo In Italy was onco tho homo of Boccaccio. Tnit highest rocordod prlco for a Stradl Tortus violin Is said to bo $8,000. CoNPECTJONr.ns say tho Enstor trado grows moro cousidorablo yoarly. .Miss Bataud, of Baltimore, a nlcco of Secretory Bayard, is six foot tall. The Jin Is agitation in Now England for noparato slcoping-cars for womoti, Tun Into Judgo Walto was mado Chief Justice by President Grant in 1874. Mas. Gkxeiial Tom TnoMn Is nbout to start a placo'of ainusomont at St. Josoph, Mo. It will bo ilfty years noxt Fou...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

mi0mniJim hMnmnm m mmSiw 3fc V UhiUMkfciiifcli'iliiMiWs & r 4 THE OHIO DEMOOMT. LOGAN. OHIO. THE CHAMPION. Hxnltant, proud, TTio hero bowed To the cngnr, Worshiping, countloss crowd) Then stood upright, Like a vlotor knlaht, A flgtiro or Tlrllo grace nnit might. Prom tho Tempts of Fnme Tho prlostoss enrao To write on her tablot tho hero's namo. And now behold HI? namo enrolled On tho virgin tablet In script of gold. Then sho nsUod: "Oson, What hast thou dono ' For the mocd of glory thou hast won? "From sword and brand, From traitor's hnnd Thnt sovght to ruin thy fathor land "'Twas thlno to savo! Thine edict girt o Freedom and manhood to tho slavo!" Tho hero heard: Hut novor n word Of his tho list'nlng Mlenco stirred. "An orator, then," She nskod again, "Thou swayost at will thy follow-mon? "Doth a poot's soul Thy namo enroll. And crown thy head with Its aurcoIoT "Or dost thou bless, Ily Heaven's grace, With holy counsols a fallen racof" HI dull head hung And his surly tonguo At ...

Publication Title: Ohio Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ohio Democrat. — 7 April 1888

wsfWw-m iwwnJMMWw Mttgiraflwa kHui'ttuu1 wKjcWMVnv 'imMPir1. i w umwiwwwi wwmiw muamt iimrrm miiiiiiMwumiHuwHi ymiiiii wuiii. ii vLrrrrmwmm mhwt'wiimihiwiwi'i i'wlljiwii iimmiui the-ohio democrat: rjrWiBBEttMV PrSprl6t61 Editor. A.. H. Wilson, rr-r ATUlltAY AIIt 7 1888, Entered nlihe PdssMJJlcc at Logat as Sfcond'vtaeii matter. Tins Ituiiubllcnns hold im elect ion here oil Toiulnj lust. l)r.MOCitAvrs who voted tlio straight ticket for Corporation of lleurs have looked lonesoino over plnue. Witr.N the pejuoenits were In tlio nuijority lu the Counell, Jtep. Pazcltc wuhk'd tho printing dlvid jiilj but now it wants it all. Tun sovernl townships hoard from gave their usual Domocratic majorities, which shows that our defeat in Logan was a. purely local affair. -Tun result for corporation ofllacrs (ean be accounted for in no other w.iy except on tho theory of per sonal disutisfaction with the can djdatec Tjij: wholeDoniocratic townshin ticket was elected by iilci eased ma jorities in which...

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